The Best Mamoswine Moveset: Attacks, Defense + More

The final evolved form of Swinub, Mamoswine stands out as one of the strongest and arguably one of the most sturdiest Pokemon that ever existed. Considering its Mammoth like build, Mamoswine has access to a variety of powerful end game moves that has the potential to one shot all of their opponents in battle. In addition, Mamoswine can also learn a variety of movesets outside of its type and is able to learn some of the strongest moves in the history of Pokemon games.

Mamoswine signature moves like Ice Shard and Icy Wind are some of most powerful moves in the Pokemon games making them completely necessary. Meanwhile moves like Protect and Stealth Rock serves as more basic moves for Mamoswine giving it options and maneuverability since not every move can be an ultimate attack. Which Mamoswine moveset do you think is best?

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  • 1
    9 VOTES

    Ice Shard

    Ice Shard
    Photo: The Pokemon Company

    A damaging Ice type move, the user flash freezes chunks of ice and hurls them at their opponents. While the move is not a strong end game move, this move always goes first and serves as a good move to whittle down Pokemon with an absurdly high HP. 

     

    Ice Shard Stats:

    Type: Ice
    Power: 40
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 30

     

    Super Effective Against:

    • Dragon 
    • Flying
    • Grass
    • Ground

     

    Not Very Effective Against:

    • Fire
    • Ice
    • Steel
    • Water

     

    What Level Does Mamoswine Learn Ice Shard?

    Generation IV: n/a
    Generation V: n/a
    Generation VI: n/a
    Generation VII: n/a
    Generation VIII: 15

     

    Move Also Learned by TM?

    Generation IV-VIII: n/a

    9 votes
  • 2
    20 VOTES

    Earthquake

    Earthquake
    Photo: The Pokemon Company

    Earthquake is a great option for Mamoswine (and many other Pokemon) because it's extremely powerful and has great coverage against many types, including Fire, Rock, Poison and Electric. Note that it's weak against Grass and Bug types, and completely ineffective against Flying types.

     

    Earthquake Stats:

    Type: Ground
    Power: 100
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10

     

    Super Effective Against:

    • Electric 
    • Fire
    • Poison
    • Rock
    • Steel

     

    Not Very Effective Against:

    • Bug
    • Grass 

     

    Immune Against:

    • Flying

     

    What Level Does Mamoswine Learn Earthquake?

    Generation IV: 40
    Generation V: 46
    Generation VI: 46
    Generation VII: 46
    Generation VIII: 51

     

    Move Also Learned by TM?

    Generation IV-VIII: Yes (TM26)

    20 votes
  • 3
    20 VOTES

    Icy Wind

    Icy Wind
    Photo: The Pokemon Company

    A damaging Ice type move, the user attacks their opponent with a gust of chilled air. In addition, this move also lowers the opposing Pokémon's Speed stats, making them more susceptible to your Pokemon's attacks.  

     

    Icy Wind Stats:

    Type: Ice
    Power: 55
    Accuracy: 95%
    PP: 15

     

    Super Effective Against:

    • Dragon 
    • Flying
    • Grass
    • Ground

     

    Not Very Effective Against:

    • Fire
    • Ice
    • Steel
    • Water

     

    What Level Does Mamoswine Learn Icy Wind?

    Generation IV: n/a
    Generation V: n/a
    Generation VI: n/a
    Generation VII: n/a
    Generation VIII: 30

     

    Move Also Learned by TM?

    Generation IV-VII: n/a
    Generation VIII: Yes (TM27)

    20 votes
  • 4
    26 VOTES

    Icicle Crash

    Icicle Crash
    Photo: The Pokemon Company

    An Ice type move that allows its user to attack their enemies by harshly dropping an icicle onto the target. The attack may also make the target flinch, making it a good ice type move to prevent your enemies from making any moves.

     

    Icicle Crash Stats:

    Type: Ice
    Power: 85
    Accuracy: 90%
    PP: 10

     

    Super Effective Against:

    • Dragon 
    • Flying
    • Grass
    • Ground

     

    Not Very Effective Against:

    • Fire
    • Ice
    • Steel
    • Water

     

    What Level Does Mamoswine Learn Icicle Crash?

    Generation IV: n/a
    Generation V: n/a
    Generation VI: n/a
    Generation VII: n/a
    Generation VIII: 18

     

    Move Also Learned by TM?

    Generation IV-VIII: n/a

    26 votes
  • 5
    9 VOTES

    Bulldoze

    Bulldoze
    Photo: The Pokemon Company

    A reliable Ground type move that allows its users to tramples its target into the ground, dealing damage. This move also lowers the target’s action speed, making them slower and more susceptible to oncoming attacks.

     

    Bulldoze Stats:

    Type: Ground
    Power: 60
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20

     

    Not Very Effective Against:

    • Electric
    • Fire
    • Poison
    • Rock 
    • Steel

     

    Weak Against:

    • Bug
    • Grass

     

    Immune Against:

    • Flying

     

    What Level Does Mamoswine Learn Bulldoze?

    Generation IV: n/a
    Generation V: n/a
    Generation VI: n/a
    Generation VII: n/a
    Generation VIII: 11

     

    Move Also Learned by TM?

    Generation V-VII: Yes (TM78)
    Generation VIII: Yes (TM81/TM83)

    9 votes
  • 6
    7 VOTES

    Superpower

    Superpower
    Photo: The Pokemon Company

    One of the strongest and most riskiest fighting moves in Pokemon games, Superpower allows its users to unleash a damage dealing attack, but it lowers the Pokemon's Attack and defense stat right after. Players who feel that they are cornered can possibly get out of it, but using Superpower.

     

    Superpower Stats:

    Type: Fighting
    Power: 120
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 5

     

    Super Effective Against:

    • Dark 
    • Ice
    • Normal
    • Rock
    • Steel

     

    Not Very Effective Against:

    • Bug
    • Fairy
    • Flying
    • Poison
    • Psychic

     

    Immune Against:

    • Ghost

     

    What Level Does Mamoswine Learn Superpower?

    Generation IV: n/a
    Generation V: n/a
    Generation VI: n/a
    Generation VII: n/a
    Generation VIII: n/a

     

    Move Also Learned by TM?

    Generation IV-VII: n/a
    Generation VIII: Yes (TR39)

    7 votes